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Hi, and thanks for looking me up on QRZ.com!

I born in 1975 and I have my ham license class #2 since 1996.

I live in a small village, in Lacourt Saint Pierre on the South West of France, at 6kms to Montauban, 50 kms to Toulouse.

My QRA and shack are close to the “Canal du Midi” and the Montech forest. You can found more information on this nice place on : http://www.canal-du-midi.org/en/default.aspx

My Weather station Oregon WMR200 is online, you can see the temperature and humidity, the wind speed, the rainfall and the pressure.

Go to http://meteo82290.pagesperso-orange.fr/index.htm

"Canal du Midi"

My working conditions are as follows :

Main HF radio is an ICOM 7600 and I used the Heil Proset Elite headset with the dynamic microphone element HC-6.

The radio used on 2m is an ICOM 7400. I use also a TM 255E for VHF. For the Icom's I used the SM20 and for the Kenwood transceiver I use MC60.

In addition to my station I use different antenna :

On the telecopic tower De kerf 21 meters :

- Mosley PRO 67- C (3 ele 40m /1 ele 30m /3 ele 20m/17m/15m/12m /4 ele 10m) Since 2011 I used the Mosley pro 67-B, I upgraded the antenna with the extension kit last March 2014.

- ZX6-5 for 6m with 5 elements.

- 17 elements for 2m with mast preamplifier.

- Vertical antenna for vhf/uhf

-V inverted for 80m

My Matchbox PALSTAR AT1500CV, my amplifier ACOM 1010 and my amplifier OM Power 2000+ complete my radio station.

Hope to heard you soon! 73’s

David, F4BDV

Antennas system (picture 2015)

The shack (2014)

Thanks for your visit!




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